Definition of nursey in English:

nursey

(also nursie)

noun

informal
  • A nurse.

    ‘‘Thank you, nursie’ he'd say’
    • ‘Maybe you and nursey would be perfect for each other.’
    • ‘Fantasia looked over at Simon and said, ‘enough with the nursey over there, how do you like my dress?’’
    • ‘If anyone wants to come over to my house in a cute nursey outfit and tend to me, I would be most appreciative.’
    • ‘Well, nursey - I say go on out there and circumcise his wits!’
    • ‘So, being an employee at a Major Employer, I thought I'd give our occupational health people a tinkle, to see if there was a nursey type who could give it a swift syringing.’
    • ‘All a bit doctor and nursey for me, I think I would probably spoil it all by wetting myself either laughing or in horror, depending on who was smiling from between my legs.’
    • ‘I promise that I'll actually get round to a proper post soon, but I'm far too busy playing nursey at the moment.’
    • ‘This morning I still have a few slight cramps but nothing near the magnitude of last night… high temperatures, waves of cold sweat springing out of my pores and my teens running around playing nursie.’
    • ‘You think I'm a repugnant human being, but you're willing to sleep with me as long as I seduce some little nursey away from a guy who's never even asked you out on a date.’
    • ‘The latter clung stubbornly to the long-outmoded image of airheaded little ‘nursie ‘tiptoeing along behind His Majesty as he made hospital rounds, carrying his stethoscope on a silken pillow.’’
    • ‘Well the nursey called me during the week and everything is fine and in working order.’
    carer, caregiver, attendant
    nanny, childminder, governess, au pair, nursemaid, crèche worker, childcarer, babysitter, nursery nurse
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Pronunciation

nursey

/ˈnəːsi/